|The McCone Report Revisited--The Conference|
Description: The tape is a recording of the second day of a two-day conference in 1967 in which Kendall O. Price and other members of the faculty of the (USC) School of Public Administration participated, calling it "The McCone Report Revisited"-- later changed to "The Critique of the Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots."Collection Guide: Kendall O. Price Los Angeles Riots recordsRights: Copyright status unknown...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Civil rights--1960-1970; Riots--California--Los Angeles; Speeches; Los Angeles (Calif.)
Description: Francisco Leon was one of the participants in a video-recording project coordinated by documentarians Maxi Cohen and Wendy Apple. In the aftermath of the 1992 L.A. riots, Korean-Americans, Latinos, African-Americans, and Caucasians living and working in the areas most affected by the L.A. Riots, told their stories using Hi-8 video cameras.Source: 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotapeCollection: South Central L.A.: Inside Voices recordsRights: Public domain...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Riots--California--Los Angeles; Los Angeles (Calif.)--Race relations; Los Angeles (Calif.); Street vendors
|Interview concerning the Los Angeles riots - Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley|
Description: Interview with an unidentified rioter. The Watts Riot was a large-scale riot which lasted 6 days in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, in August 1965. By the time the riot subsided, 34 people had been killed, 1,032 injured, and 3,438 arrested. It would stand as the most severe riot in Los Angeles history until the riots of 1992.Collection Guide: The Regional Oral History Office, 1954-1979Call Number: Phonotape 286 BRights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Watts Riot, Los Angeles, Calif., 1965; Riots--California--Los Angeles
|Jacob's Ladder: Impressions of the LA upheaval - California Institution for Men in Chino|
Description: Jacob's Ladder: Impression of the Events that occurred in Los Angeles from April 29 to May 2, 1992 by high school students in the area. This video was done with kids from the P.F Bresse Foundation Youth Center, their coordinator Ms. Lisa Harper, and their mentor Francisco Calderon, Los Angeles, May 1992. The William James Association Prison Arts Project (PAP) began as a pilot project in 1977 at the California Medical Facility at Vacaville, with funding provided by the San Francisco ...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Arts in prisons--California; Korean Americans--California--Los Angeles; African Americans--California--Los Angeles; Los Angeles (Calif.)--Race relations; Riots--California--Los Angeles--20th century; California Institution for Men